posted on Apr, 13 2010 @ 01:25 PM
reply to post by Kaytagg
The main difference is that a cell phone serves a useful purpose and we CHOOSE to have it or not.
Watch the OP video - the whole thing is so impractical it's ridiculous. The only info it contains is an identifying number. The hospital still needs
equipment to read the RFID - does every hospital have this technology? How much will that cost? Then the doctor uses that ID to look me up in a giant
medical database. Well, if such a giant medical database exists, why not just make it so that they can look me up by, geez, I don't know, my
driver's license information? My social security number? Heck they could just issue medical cards with some new account number that identifies me if
they want. But why bother? People already carry plenty of different pieces of identifying info. But no, they want to implant chips in us?
This medical database could be something useful, but seriously, implantable chips?
Even if you ignore the potential for abuse and misuse; even if you ignore the potential for unhealthy side effects; the fact that they are so
impractical, unnecessary, and not cost efficient should raise warning flags somewhere.
And seriously, implantable chips? Just, why?